Girl Names Starting with Add-

Add- names for baby girls, with 27 entries. Add- names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1990s up to the 2000s. Their usage peaked in 2007 with 0.633% of baby girls being given Add- names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 2 Add- names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2018, their total usage was 0.306% with 2 Add- names listed among the top 1000. Among all Add- names, Addison (English) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #35 and a usage of 0.2818%.
noble, honorable, of a noble kind, ... primarily used in English and German, and ... form of Ada ...
noble, honorable, ornament, brightness ... an English name of Germanic origin ... variation of Adalia ...
noble, honorable, of a noble kind, ... mainly used in English and its language ... variant form of Adalia ...
noble, honorable, ornament, brightness ... of Germanic origin and it is used ... form of Adalia ...
of a noble kind, noble, honorable, ... used mostly in the English language and ... derivative of Addy ...
noble, honorable, of a noble kind, ... of Germanic, Germanic, Old ... variation of Addy ...
son of Adam ... has its origins in the English language ... form of Addison ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...
one who is gentle and pleasant ... derived from Arabic origins ... variant transcription of Adiva ...
noble, honorable, of a noble kind, ... origin is Germanic, Germanic, Old ... variant transcription of Addy ...
noble, honorable, of a noble kind, ... language of origin is Germanic and it is ... form of Ada ...
gift from god, noble, honorable, ... has its origins in the African-Swahili ... variant form of Addy ...
noble, honorable, ornament, brightness ...The origin of Addiah is Germanic ... variation of Ada ...
son of Adam, of a noble kind, noble, ... has its origins in the Germanic, Hebrew, ...
one who is adorned, voluptuous ... origin is Hebrew ... not popular as a baby girl name ...
one who is adorned, voluptuous ...The origin of Addine is the Hebrew language ... variant of Addin ...
son of Adam ... has its origins in the English language ... form of Addison ... not in the top 1000 names ...
son of Adam ... language of origin is English ... form of Addison ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
son of Adam ... origin and use are both in the English language ... name has recently been popularized by the ...
son of Adam ... derived from English origins ... derivative of Addison ...
pain ... used chiefly in Italian and it is ... name refers to 'Madonna Addolorata', an ...
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